For decades, conventional wisdom has held that the United States and Cuba were never closer to all-out war than during the 13 days in October 1962 that we now call the Cuban Missile Crisis. But new records show that more than a decade after that crisis, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger drew up det ... More >>
That's what political writer Mickey Kaus is wondering over at his blog on Slate.com, pointing out that every time the U.S. seems to be getting too cozy with Cuba, Castro pulls some shit just to let everybody know he's either a badass or batshit crazy. This actually isn't Kaus's theory; as he points ... More >>
Ten seconds, give or take, that made the year (and one that nearly wrecked it).
A play worthy of Watergate.
Actors' Playhouse revives TomFoolery, and it's still vicious
GableStage keeps Golda Meir real
Should high-rises tower over this pricey island paradise?
Why We Fight probes America's passion for war
Wallace Shawn's characters take a twisting stroll through history at the Sol Theatre
A Miami Film Fest documentary about Chile's Salvador Allende carries a contemporary message
This film has it in for the cold warrior Kissinger
Developer Donahue Peebles is as handsome, smooth, articulate, & nasty as he needs to be
Tricky Dick takes it on the chinny-chin-chin at GableStage, while Teatro La Má Teodora smuggles a swine into its new digs
Letters from the Issue of February 7, 2002
From the issue of August 30, 2001
It ain't easy being a millionaire businessman and a notorious thug
Battling cancer, veteran pol Dante Fascell talks of war, Cuba, and a lifetime of putting Miami on the map
Conni Gordon would like to teach the world to paint in perfect harmony
Cynics say that to explore the depths of South Florida culture, all you have to do is scratch the surface. Dade County archaeologist Bob Carr digs deeper and knows better.
Dead, yes. Buried, yes. Gone to Heaven?